Waking up confused in a hospital is one thing, but discovering an empty ward with no staff and filled with other patients raises concerns with the only conscious person, John Sanderson. It doesn't take long before he begins finding signs that this hospital is more than it seems and when he's thrust into the role of caretaker things take on a brand new twist. John follows a maze of life and death to answer his burning question of where he is. The result throws him into a whirlwind of problems and leads to an unimaginable fate for the confused prisoner.
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About the Author
I am a writer of horror and psychological thriller short stories, having done so for the last decade or so. From that passion for scary and unsettling tales came my drive to create Surefire Stories which is my motivation to create solid reading material for those interested in the same genre that I enjoy. I try to bring a new and creative style for readers who aren't looking for a two chapter description of a character, but instead want to have a story that is always sending them in different directions. My stories can be gruesome, but for me and other readers of horror it's a staple to the entertainment value I hope to bring. I am a very open person to feedback as I'm always looking for ways to improve my writing styles. While I have a lot of inspirations to my writing when it comes to other authors, I really enjoy the quick thrills of a short story. Many of my writings are inspired from shows like the Twilight Zone and the Outer Limits, but with a much less TV-friendly approach. The story that really jump started my interest in writing these types of literary works is one by Shirley Jackson titled "The Lottery". For those who haven't read it I suggest doing so if you are curious what my writing styles include.